Boston Bruins Odds

Looking to place a bet on the Bruins? You’re not alone. They have to be one of the most wagered on teams in hockey history. They’re part of the Original 6, and they’re the league’s third-oldest team and the oldest in the United States. As a franchise, they have won 6 Stanley Cups over the years (1928–29, 1938–39, 1940–41, 1969–70, 1971–72 and 2010–11). They have also won 4 conference championships, 2 Presidents’ Trophies and 25 division titles. [+]

They have seen a lot of legendary players over the years. This includes names like Eddie Shore, Lionel Hitchman, the great Bobby Orr, Aubrey “Dit” Clapper, Phil Esposito, Cam Neely, Johnny Bucyk, Milt Schmidt, Terry O’Reilly and Ray Bourque.

Boston Bruins Next Game

Looking for the Boston Bruins’ next game? We are your source for all the NHL’s action and scores. The Boston Bruins play their home games at the TD Garden. Their home games are all televised from the Eastern Time Zone.

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Let’s take a look at the Boston Bruins’ hockey schedule. Bookmark us to stay on top of the action all season long.

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Boston Bruins Scores And Standings

Here’s a glance at the Boston Bruins’ standings. Check out how they’re doing against the rest of the division and the rest of the NHL.

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Bet On Boston Bruins Games

After their last Stanley Cup win, the Bruins have since lost in the second round, then missed the playoffs two years in a row. They’re rebuilding a bit. Their defence and their health have been massive issues for the last year or so, and has frustrated Boston fans. Fortunately, they’ve been winning Super Bowls and stuff in the meantime. 

If you’re betting on the Bruins this year, expect them to be good, maybe even playoff bound, but not great. They are going to be tough to call, with such polar potential and weaknesses. But they’re going to give up a lot of goals, so have fun betting the over/under.

But, as a whole, bettors should know that hockey is obviously a lower scoring game than football or basketball. This means betting on the over/under of any given game is a bit tougher than other sports. Remember to always look at the goalie match-up first.

You should also remember that betting on the home team is not quite as safe as it would be in the NFL or the NBA. Home ice advantage is really only a statistically big deal for the NHL’s best teams. The rest of the league only wins a bit more than half of their home games.